Demaestro - 11:02 pm on Jul 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Though this does not mean [its] software is the most insecure in practice.
I worked for a state government bureaucracy for 30 years. This wording sounds like something straight out of a memo written by a middle-management paper-pusher.
lol totally, but I am sure you know they just mean that having the most vulnerabilities doesn't make you the most insecure.
For example you could have 100 vulnerabilities that all give access to your browser history in Safari. (not real)
Compare that to only 1 vulnerability that gives your access to your stored passwords in Chrome (not real)
1 would be more insecure, 1 would have more vulnerabilities.